Stock Trading The Easy Way
Stock trading is a risky venture if you are trying to do it all on your own, professionals have more than an edge, they have MANY edges.
100 Trade Jack is the “edge” we use since we are NOT well connected on Wall Street and cannot spend 100% of our time studying the markets and the charts.
While you probably want to learn how to trade stocks, isn’t it kind of comforting to be able to look over the shoulder of someone who has been trading stock successfully for a long time?
Day trading can be fun but only if you make money, am I right? Nobody likes to lose money.
Trading with 100 Trade Jack does not guarantee you won’t lose money, but if you follow Jack’s trades you are trading with discipline – something most novice stock traders and many experienced ones lack.
Discipline in stock trading means getting out of a trade long before it destroys your capital and even taking a small gain sometimes when waiting for a larger one would be too risky.
“Pigs get fat, hogs get slaughtered” – I learned that line when I was a retail stock broker many years ago. It means that holding out too long can result in the bottom falling out and your equity going with it. Nowadays they call it “bubble bursting” and it happens in individual stocks every day.
What Is 100 Trade Jack?
If you don’t know what 100 Trade Jack is, then I would refer you to our full 100 Trade Jack Review. But in a nutshell it is a monthly subscription service that allows you to:
- Learn how to trade stock successfully with both a library of stock training videos AND a daily recap video that comes in two parts: 1) What you need to know, and, 2) What you might want to know if you have the time to watch. It’s nice that Jack understands that we have other things to do in our lives!
- Follow along and trade exactly what he trades so that you leave the buy / sell decision making up to him.
The goal of 100 Trade Jack is to double your trading account value in a year’s time while limiting risk and not taking wild flyers.
Does he do it every year? No, but his track record is good, his integrity is high and he is fighting for you every day.
Using His Own Money
Here is the key to 100 Trade Jack, though.
This is not a theoretical exercise to Jack. Often you see people writing about a stock at ZeroHedge, Motley Fool or other blogs and a disclaimer at the bottom. Sometimes they own (or are short) the stock they mention, but often the say they have no position and do not intend to initiate any positions in 72 hours.
Jack is trading with HIS OWN MONEY. You can follow along if you wish.
Why would you want to buy a stock someone else recommends if they don’t have their own money in it?
Sure, we don’t want to be victims of “pump and dump” or “front running” but there are other services like Casey Research where they simply give you 72 hours HEAD START to place a trade before you do.
With 100 Trade Jack, you are watching him trade with his own money. Your choice if you follow or consider that a “conflict of interest”.
Personally, I like knowing that we are in this together.